Unchecked Exception - Online Code

Description

What happens if a method declares an unchecked exception? Some people seem to think that declaring a method in a throws clause is what makes it "checked". As we see here, this is not the case; checked-ness has only to do with an exception's place in Java's class inheritance hierarchy.

Source Code

public class ThrowsUnchecked {



  public static void main(String[] argv) {

    new ThrowsUnchecked().doTheWork();

  }



  

  public void doTheWork() {

    String s = " 42";

    int i = testit(s);  //
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